I do not remember another case in which he dispraised any book.
At the same time as he dispraised himself--mocked and laughed--he let out glimpses of true ambition.
Yong befe in this case a litle poudered is not to be dispraised, nor new egges & good milke.
It is the only thing not disproved, not dispraised, not disgraced, by a candid study of the Ladies of the Idyll.
Nothing gives the Scots more pleasure than to hear the English dispraised.
Poetry is dispraised not for the folly that is in it, but for the abuse whiche manye ill Wryters couller by it.
The Quartier came, squinted through the fingers, and praised and dispraised, after its wont.
Which of all those, either becomes good or fair, because commended; or dispraised suffers any damage?